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# I'm Andy, and I work here at the National Museum

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# We've got dinosaurs and ice age beasts, you should see them

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# Jen is my assistant, Mrs Pickles runs the show

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# Come on my adventures, ready, steady, go!

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# 1, 2, 3, 4

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# Andy's prehistoric adventures

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# Hey, join the crew!

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# Travel back in time and discover something new

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# Yeah, you can come, too!

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# We'll see woolly mammoths, dinosaurs, cavemen and more

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# When I jump into the old museum clock to explore

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# Take me off to prehistoric times, I say

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# Hold on tight, shut your eyes, and let me fly away!

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# 1, 2, 3, 4!

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# Andy's prehistoric adventures

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# Hey, join the crew!

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# Travel back in time and discover something new

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# Yeah, you can come, too!

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# Andy's prehistoric adventures

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# Andy's prehistoric adventures! #

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OWL HOOTS

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HE WHISTLES

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HE LOCKS THE DOOR

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HE CARRIES ON WHISTLING CHEERFULLY

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Oh, evening!

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Hi, I'm Andy. I run the prehistoric gallery here at the National Museum.

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I'm trying to finish a display about feathered dinosaurs, which is

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why I have these. I've also got this. It's not a prehistoric orange.

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It's just for my tea.

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-Oh, hello, Andy.

-Oh, hi, Jen.

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I promised Mrs Pickles that we'd finish the display

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-before the museum opens tomorrow morning.

-Oh.

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-What's it about?

-Feathered dinosaurs.

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Yes, lots of dinosaurs had feathers. This is a Microraptor.

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And this is an Epidexipteryx.

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An Epidexipteryx.

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-Well, that's a big long name.

-Yes, but a tiny dinosaur.

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Not much bigger than my hand,

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they lived around 150 million years ago in a place we now know as China.

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Ah! So what are these feathers for?

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I need to paint these, so I can match them up to these dinosaurs.

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I'm not doing a very good job. I just can't get the right colour.

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And these are the only two white feathers left in the museum.

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Hm. Maybe I can help.

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Grab that picture and follow me.

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COMPUTER WHIZZES AND BEEPS

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A-ha...

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OK. Feather...

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in here.

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Uh-huh. And picture...

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in there.

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COMPUTER WHIRRS

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Hold on a minute.

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BEEP!

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Ta-dah! One matching dinosaur feather!

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Jen, that's incredible!

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-Could you make one for the Epidexipteryx?

-Uh-huh.

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Right, so I pop the feather in here. All right.

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-And I need the picture.

-Uh-huh.

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I can get that over there.

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Uh-oh. Andy.

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HE GASPS

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Oh, no.

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Oh, no. This was the last white feather we had.

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-What are we going to do?

-Maybe we can make one?

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Or maybe go to the shops to buy one?

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No, it's too late, there's not enough time.

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CLOCK STRIKES THE HOUR

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SQUAWK! SQUAWK! SQUAWK!

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Time!

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That's it! Jen, you stay here and sort out what you can.

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I know exactly where we can find another feather.

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Time to go on a prehistoric adventure!

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Andy! How will you find a...

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another feather?

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Waistcoat.

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Check.

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Hat.

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Check.

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Backpack.

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Check. And, last but not least, gizmo.

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BEEP-BEEP-BEEP

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Check.

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CLOCK STRIKES THE HOUR

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To the time of Epidexipteryx!

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CLOCK WINDS AND STARTS TICKING FASTER

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WHOOSH!

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Woo-hoo!

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Whoa!

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Woo-hoo!

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Oh...

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I've made it! I've travelled back in time 160 million years

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to the time of Epidexipteryx.

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This forest is pretty big.

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It could take me all day long to find one of those.

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SQUAWK! SQUAWK!

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It's an Epidexipteryx!

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Well, that was easy.

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I'd recognise those long fingers anywhere.

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They used them to get food from the tree bark.

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Hang on, what's he after?

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Probably a nice tasty beetle grub.

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Mm. Tasty...

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If you're an Epidexipteryx, of course!

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Look at those tail feathers! They're fantastic, aren't they?

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I need to get one.

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No, I can't do that. That's rude.

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LOW GROWLING

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What was that?

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It's a Sinraptor!

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A deadly meat-eating dinosaur!

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And he looks hungry.

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SINRAPTOR GROWLS

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That's it, Epidexipteryx, go and hide. I need to follow him.

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I know.

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SINRAPTOR GROWLS

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To the size of Epidexipteryx!

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SINRAPTOR GROWLS

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SINRAPTOR SNIFFS TREE

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I never thought I'd be playing peek-a-boo with a Sinraptor.

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Looks like he's not going away.

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I think we might as well take a seat, my feathered friend.

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We may be here a while.

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SQUAWK! SQUAWK! SQUAWK!

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Where are you going?

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Oh, I think it's safe now. That is one quick little dino.

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Where's he gone?

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There he is, all the way up there.

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Better get a move on if I want to get that feather.

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ANDY STRUGGLES AND SIGHS

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Epidexipteryx may have had feathers, but they couldn't fly.

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Very good climbers, though.

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I think he's still hunting for food.

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SQUAWK!

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Hang on! He's got competition.

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THEY SQUAWK IN COMPETITION

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Whoa!

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Watch out, you two!

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I don't know.

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They're showing off, to see whose tail feathers are the best.

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It's a good way to settle an argument without fighting.

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There's a tail feather!

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Right, now's my chance.

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There's the feather!

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Actually, there's lots of them.

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This must be their nest!

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They won't mind if I take one.

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Whoa!

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TWIGS CRACK

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Right...

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CLOCK CHIMES

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Oh, no. It's the clock.

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Mrs Pickles will be arriving at the museum any moment now!

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I've got to get back!

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Only problem is, it'll take me all day to get down.

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What am I going to do?

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My backpack. It's always full of useful things.

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What have we got?

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Soap.

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A tin opener.

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Some legwarmers? How are these things going to help me?

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Hang on.

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Epidexipteryx might not have been able to fly,

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but with a little help, maybe I can.

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Ha-ha!

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I hope this works!

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Geronim-o-o-o-o-o!

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Woo-hoo!

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Woo-hoo!

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Back to normal size.

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Yes!

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Yes!

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Time to head back!

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BIRDS CHIRP

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CLOCK CHIMES

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Mrs Pickles, quick!

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-Jen!

-Andy! Oh, you got a new feather.

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Yes, and we don't even need to paint it.

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That's amazing, but your paint set is right over here.

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-How did you manage...?

-Don't worry about that, I'll explain later.

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-Mrs Pickles is coming. Come on.

-All right, OK.

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DOOR OPENS

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-Good morning, you two.

-Good morning, Mrs Pickles.

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I've just come to see if you managed to finish your display, Andy.

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-Here it is.

-Marvellous.

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Two of my favourite feathered dinosaurs.

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I particularly like the way you painted the feathers to match

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the pictures. I never knew you were such an artist, Andy.

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-Well, I had some help from Jen.

-Oh!

-(And an Epidexipteryx.)

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Shh! See you next time.

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# One, two, three, four!

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# Andy's prehistoric adventures

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# Andy's prehistoric adventures! #

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Preschool adventure series. Andy and his time-travelling clock head 160 million years into the past in search of a feather belonging to a tiny prehistoric dinosaur called the epidexipteryx. But an encounter with a hungry meat-eating dinosaur leaves Andy stranded in the tree tops.


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